February FIFTH (7s) The Day of QUIET ELOQUENCE:
The Jack of Clubs Club
"Even though they are paid differently, everyone has to feel appreciated" - Roger Staubach
Those born on February 5 lend fluency and grace to most any endeavor. They have a convincing manner that in a quiet way announces that they mean business. Perhaps less eloquent with words than with deeds, February 5 people have a reassuring physical presence that suggests they can be relied upon in a pinch. Those born on this day, that do have verbal gifts, often speak in a rather terse and direct manner, yet their speech has a compelling charm and imaginativeness. February 5 people are insightful in their analyses of the current situation. Not everyone will agree with them by any means, since their opinionated views tend to arouse opposition and their self-assured and somewhat breezy presentation can ruffle feathers. Most often, those born on this day only give their listeners one chance to understand. If they are misunderstood, they may not bother to clarify or explain. Therefore, February 5 people must become more adept at smoothing over differences, taking time to illustrate in greater depth what they mean to say, and finally positing that they are ready to listen and cooperate as well.
Strengths: FACILE - FLUENT - GRACEFUL
Weaknesses: ABRUPT - ANTAGONIZING - SUPERIOR
Advice: Give other people a chance. Don't expect everyone to move so fast. Try to be more transparent and make your motives clearer to others. People may not always understand your position.
BORN ON THIS DAY: Nathaniel Owens (architect, Skidmore, Owens & Merrill), Mark Fuhrman, Andreas Papandreou, Roger Staubach, Adlai Stevenson (presidential candidate twice), Ochs Sulzburger (NY Times, owner), John Carradine (film actor), Hank Aaron (baseball hero), William Burroughs (writer, Naked Lunch, drug expert, addict). Source: The Secret Language of Birthdays Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
MEDITATION: Getting a fire started can be much easier than extinguishing it.
Spades - Wisdom - Labor - Acceptance
7 of Spades - Victory of Materiality Peace in the Higher Self
Karma for the 7 of Spades - Recognition of Power
SEVEN of Spades BIRTHDAYS: January 7 (Capricorn), February 5 (Aquarius), March 3 (Pisces), April 1 (Aries)
FAMOUS SEVEN of Spades: Nicolas Cage, Katie Couric, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Henry "Hank" Aaron, Alexander Graham Bell, Jessica Biel; Source: Robert Camp's Love Cards.
SEVEN of Spades (Swords) in Tarot
SEVEN of Spades: The 7 of Spades are powerful people and quick thinkers. Illness may come through worry over business - or a frustrated desire to live beyond their means. Their heritage of power is sometimes misdirected to a longing for magnificence until they learn to awaken to understand their greater wisdom. Seven of Spades will work quietly, often secretly, and are usually willing to remain behind the scenes. For that reason they are valuable in secret service and their instinctive discernment of truth or falsehood. They have many friends but few loves. Generosity is a strong point and willingness to serve. In business they are honest and reliable and in love they are generally faithful. http://www.metasymbology.com/
AQUARIUS II: The Week of YOUTH and EASE January 31-February 7: "No hassles" could be the motto of most AQUARIUS II's. Listening to those born in this week, one would gather that they do not like trouble in any form and would do practically anything to avoid it. They value their happiness highly, both in the long term and in the short. AQUARIUS II's generally ask to be left alone to travel their own path with as little interference as possible. Not much interested in controlling others or meddling in their affairs, those born in this week are happy to accord the same treatment to other people that they demand for themselves.
AQUARIUS II NOTABLES: Charles Dickens, Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Adlai Stevenson, James Michener, Clark Gable, Nolan Ryan, James Joyce, An Wang, Mary Leakey, Phil Collins, John Ford, Ida Lupino, Gertrude Stein. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.
Strengths: ACCOMPLISHED - ADMIRED - REFINED
Weaknesses: IMMATURE - TORTURED - CUT OFF
ADVICE: Try to get in touch with your own deeper feelings. Sometimes it is better to meet problems head on. A bit of pain now may prevent much more latter. Don't be too dependent on others' opinion of you. Have the courage to be yourself and don't feel you have to please or entertain.
The February 5th SEVEN of Spades "The Faith Card" is here to build a business partnership in an altruistic way. Their Ego the TWO of Spades "The Friendship Card" takes this friendship stuff most seriously and frequently raises the bond of friendship, to a mutually gratifying enterprise that benefits the public good. Their -karma (their hidden talent) the KING of Diamonds "The Successful Business Person" is readily available when called upon. Their +karma the EIGHT of Hearts "The Emotional Power Card" allows them to win over, any and all, of those potential friends they meet. Now, with all that going for them, wouldn't you know it, their Karma-Karma is to 'Recognize their Power.' Some birthdays have all the luck. "For of those to whom much is given, much is required" fits the February 5th person like a velvet glove. Hank Aaron as Mr. Cub, or John Carradine's partnering in ten John Ford films, are famous examples of working well with others. Roger Staubach, not just because he's from my hometown, Cincinnati, but his leadership story (video) is a testimonial to the powers of February 5th birthday.
SEVEN of Spades Connections